If this thing catches on, it could be a very good year.
Radiohead’s experimental album release formula, forcing people to think about how much music is really worth, may have had many people answering “nothing,” but Paste isn’t so quick to write off the better side of humanity.
For a limited time, you can pick your own price for a one year subscription to Paste, one of the best music magazines on the market today. Go to the check-out, Paste tells you how much a subscription would normally cost, and you tell them how much you think it really costs.
Sounds like there has to be a catch, but, speaking as a new $11.00 a year subscriber, there isn’t.
Marketing ploy? Yes.
Beneficial to me and my bathroom reading? Most definitely.
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